Ballot measure to raise money 
for education is unnecessary

There was an interesting bit of irony this week when proponents of a measure for the largest tax increase in Colorado history delivered their petitions in school buses. There was also a bit of…




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Rick, as ususal you are blowing smoke. Have you read the actual initiative? Do you remember the court case that required the legislature to change how schools are financed? Have you ever seen the study by the University of Denver about Colorado’s financial future—including K-12 and higher education funding? Why don’t you do your readers a real service and provide some real information, instead of finding ways to bash unions, teachers, and anybody who thinks investing in the state might be both a good thing and necessary?

Here’s a link to the DU studies: http://www.du.edu/economicfuture/

Here’s a more responsible take on the initiative: http://coloradocommits.com/cctk-explained/

It is no longer the 60s or 70s. In equating ‘global warming and open borders,’ is that because they are both ‘liberal’ ideas?  Glad to see your education was so solid, Rick.

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